The Texas Comptroller released additional guidance concerning the taxability of data processing services and information services for Texas sales tax. It lists several taxable data processing services including data conversion services, editing client’s data, data storage, transcription services, word processing services, and scanning documents. Nontaxable data processing services include auditing services, consulting services, forecasting, interpreting a client’s data, preparing financial statements, and preparing tax returns. Concerning information services, it lists multiple taxable services including newsletters, financial market reports, news clipping services, multiple listing services and mailing lists. However, bank account balances, seminars, medical lab tests, information sold to radio or television stations, and polygraph tests are nontaxable information service.